How To Write a Business Plan | Günter Richter | Skillshare
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19 Lessons (2h 53m)
    • 1. Module 1 - Introduction

      4:57
    • 2. Module 2 - Getting Started

      6:04
    • 3. Module 3a - The Industry and the Company Part 1

      9:25
    • 4. Module 3b - The Industry and the Company Part 2

      8:54
    • 5. Module 3c - The Industry and the Company Part 3

      6:00
    • 6. Module 4a - Market Research and Analysis Part 1

      8:03
    • 7. Module 4b - Market Research and Analysis Part 2

      14:29
    • 8. Module 5a - The Economics of the Business Part 1

      8:55
    • 9. Module 5b - The Economics of the Business Part 2

      14:34
    • 10. Module 6 - Marketing Strategy

      9:18
    • 11. Module 7 - Product and Service Development

      8:43
    • 12. Module 8 - The Management Team

      10:35
    • 13. Module 9 - Critical Risks, Assumptions, and Problems

      8:37
    • 14. Module 10a - The Financial Plan Part 1

      10:39
    • 15. Module 10b - The Financial Plan Part 2

      10:52
    • 16. Module 10c - The Financial Plan Part 3

      9:51
    • 17. Module 11a - Proposed Company Offering Part 1

      12:32
    • 18. Module 11b - Proposed Company Offering Part 2

      7:28
    • 19. Module 12 - Conclusion

      2:37
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About This Class

This course tackles the often overwhelming topic of creating a business plan. It breaks the business planning process down into 12 key areas or modules and once you complete a module, you'll be able to complete that corresponding section of a business plan.

Whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur or you've already started your own business and need to grow it, this is the course for you.

In addition to the video content, there are a number of templates that will help you get up and running more quickly. These also include a completed sample business plan to give you an idea of what the finished product should look like.

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